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KOHLER Grand Prix at Road America – 2017 – Steve’s Preview

After a very successful return to “America’s National Park of Speed” in 2016, the Verizon IndyCar Series is back for a second engagement in the Kettle Moraine region of Central Wisconsin. Road America General Manager George Bruggenthies told Dave Kallman of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel that the event drew as large a crowd as any...

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Butch’s testing report from Gateway Motorsports Park and a few other silly season notes

By Steve Wittich and Butch Welsch Below is a report from Firestone Racing tire testing at Gateway Motorsports Park. Longtime TSO subscriber Butch Welsch was lucky to be able to attend and sent us his thoughts to share with you. Butch’s Gateway report: I (Butch) had a chance to attend the Firestone Racing IndyCar tire...

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Firestone Racing Notes – INDYCAR Grand Prix at The Glen

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Firestone Racing Notes – ABC Supply 500

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Firestone Racing Notes – Iowa Corn 300

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Firestone Racing Notes – Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach

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Firestone Racing Notes – Desert Diamond West Valley Phoenix Grand Prix

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